Acabian, n.

one that is related to movement away

Used in a Sentence

April 2016
"The Acabians had not been seen since their escape from the Suscomdrome more than a hundred years ago. Most assumed them lost at sea. "The Acabian" was a stock character in ghost stories, always sailing silently into port on moonless nights, disembarking without a word, creeping into the city, bent on mischief and vengeance. Source: _Voyage of the Alcathant_, anonymous, ca. the Blue Age" (submitted by robinsloan)

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